Another major Cuban exodus occurred in 1994 to prevent it from becoming another Mariel Boatlift the Clinton Administration announced a significant change in U.S policy In a controversial action the administration announced that Cubans interdicted at sea would not be brought to the United States but instead would be taken by the Coast Guard to U.S military installations at Guantanamo Bay or to Panama During an eight-month period beginning in the summer of 1994 over 30,000 Cubans and more than 20,000 Haitians were interdicted and sent to live in camps outside the United States. . . Establishment 2.1 Electronic dance music, Tampa: Tampa and its surrounding area use the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority system ("HART") in addition downtown Tampa has continuous trolley services in the form of a heritage trolley powered by Tampa Electric Company Pinellas County and St Petersburg provide similar services through the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority or "PSTA" the beaches of Pinellas County also have a continuous trolley bus Downtown St Petersburg has a trolley system, Panoramic view of the bay from the Port of Miami. After the Second Seminole War ended in 1842 Fitzpatrick's nephew William English re-established the plantation in Miami He charted the "Village of Miami" on the south bank of the Miami River and sold several plots of land When English died in California in 1852 his plantation died with him. . (28.6) 83.9 I-195 In 2005 82% of people 25 years and over had at least graduated from high school and 28% had a bachelor's degree or higher Among people 16 to 19 years old 7% were dropouts; they were not enrolled in school and had not graduated from high school the total school enrollment in the Miami metro area was 1.4 million in 2005 Nursery school and kindergarten enrollment was 170,000 and elementary or high school enrollment was 879,000 College or graduate school enrollment was 354,000. .
; Florida is also served by Amtrak operating numerous lines throughout connecting the state's largest cities to points north in the United States and Canada the busiest Amtrak train stations in Florida in 2011 were: Sanford (259,944) Orlando (179,142) Tampa Union Station (140,785) Miami (94,556) and Jacksonville (74,733) Sanford in Greater Orlando is the southern terminus of the Auto Train which originates at Lorton Virginia south of Washington D.C Until 2005 Orlando was also the eastern terminus of the Sunset Limited which travels across the southern United States via New Orleans Houston and San Antonio to its western terminus of Los Angeles Florida is served by two additional Amtrak trains (the Silver Star and the Silver Meteor) which operate between New York City and Miami Virgin MiamiCentral in Greater Downtown Miami and the Miami Intermodal Center near Miami International Airport are major hubs for rapid transit commuter rail intercity rail and buses. FIU also holds many Golden Panther spirit events throughout the year Some of these include Panther Camp held in the Summer prior to the Fall term for incoming freshmen where students spend a weekend in a retreat center learning all the traditional Golden Panther cheers chants traditions meeting other incoming students Started in 2006 Panther Camp has grown quickly in popularity from only 25 participants in 2006 to over 120 participants in 2007 in 2008 Panther Camp expanded to two camps with a combined total of 240 freshman participants Panther Camp is expected to grow in size for Summer 2010 as the waiting list has continued to double from year to year Freshmen who participate are more likely to get involved in Student Life than other students. Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport FXE KFXE Broward, 5 Economy TopCounselingSchools.org 2016: ranked among the top value master's degrees in counseling in Florida (Adrian Dominican School of Education). Historical population As of 2010 those of (non-Hispanic white) European ancestry accounted for 11.9% of Miami's population Of the city's total population 1.7% were German 1.6% Italian 1.4% Irish 1.0% English 0.8% French 0.6% Russian and 0.5% were Polish. ! . Cities are the "lower tier" of local government providing police and fire protection zoning and code enforcement and other typical city services within their jurisdiction These services are paid for by city taxes the County is the "upper tier" and it provides services of a metropolitan nature such as emergency management airport and seaport operations public housing and health care services transportation environmental services solid waste disposal etc These are funded by county taxes which are assessed on all incorporated and unincorporated areas!